Cummins unveils 2010 ISX 11.9 engine
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Cummins unveils 2010 ISX 11.9 engine

Cummins Inc. unveiled its on-highway engine lineup ready to meet the new Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations for the North American market recently. Among the products introduced was the new Cummins ISX11.9 engine, a compact and lightweight medium-bore engine the company said was suitable for vocational trucks, day cabs, emergency vehicles and motor coach applications. Sharing common cooled EGR, VGT Turbocharger, XPI fuel system, electronic controls and aftertreatment system with the ISX15, the ISX11.9 will be offered with ratings from 310-425 HP (231-317 kW) and torque from 1,150 to 1,650 lb.-ft. (1,559 – 2,237 N•m). The ISX11.9 will be offered with an optional engine compression brake.

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CumminsISX119jp_00000024725Cummins Inc. unveiled its on-highway engine lineup ready to meet the new Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations for the North American market recently. Among the products introduced was the new Cummins ISX11.9 engine, a compact and lightweight medium-bore engine the company said was suitable for vocational trucks, day cabs, emergency vehicles and motor coach applications. Sharing common cooled EGR, VGT Turbocharger, XPI fuel system, electronic controls and aftertreatment system with the ISX15, the ISX11.9 will be offered with ratings from 310-425 HP (231-317 kW) and torque from 1,150 to 1,650 lb.-ft. (1,559 – 2,237 N•m). The ISX11.9 will be offered with an optional engine compression brake.

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“Cummins Heavy-Duty engines have made their name with outstanding fuel economy, reliability, durability and resale value,” said Steve Charlton – vice president, Heavy-Duty Engineering. “Customers can count on our engines to be even better in 2010 in every regard. Our heavy-duty engines for 2010 have a large ‘sweet spot’ due to the low-temperature NOx conversion capability of the copper-zeolite catalyst, which means that these engines are extraordinarily driver-friendly. Fuel economy gains can be realized with even the most inexperienced driver and, at the same time, the engines deliver performance that the driver will love.”

All of Cummins 2010 on-highway MidRange and Heavy-Duty engines are compatible with long-life coolants and biodiesel blends up to B20.

More details and product brochures are available via http://www.everytime.cummins.com.

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